Are You a Veteran?
Where You Honorably Discharged?
Do You Qualify for a Little
Known VA Benefit?
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Texas Elder Law Attorney, Richard M. Barron, reveals this little known benefit which can help Honorably Discharged Veterans and their Widows pay the cost of Home Health Care, Assisted Living and Nursing Home Expenses.
If you are over age 65 and you are an Honorably Discharged Veteran and you need help paying Home Health Care, help with Assisted Living Expenses or help with the cost of nursing home care or if you are a widow of an Honorably Discharged Veteran, then order your FREE copy of:
“The Consumers Guide to Veterans Benefits for the Veteran or their Widow”
If you or your spouse is an honorably discharged veteran and served during a period of wartime and you need help paying for Home Health Care, Assisted Living Expenses, or Nursing Home Costs, then you may qualify for the Veterans Administrations Aid and Attendance Pension Benefits Program. To find out if you qualify for A&A and Home Bound benefits and to learn more about the VA Pension Benefits Programs for Veterans and their widows, then order your FREE copy of my guide, “The Consumers Guide to Veterans Benefits for the Veteran or their Widow”.
This Guide will show you....
- How to qualify for a benefit of over $1,800
- How a widow of a veteran may qualify for a benefit close to $1,000 per month
- What assets and income you can have to become eligible for these benefits
- How making gifts can disqualify you from government benefits, and the steps you should take right now, BEFORE applying to the VA to make sure you qualify for all government benefits you may be entitled
- Learn how to keep and protect your Medicaid eligibility should you need nursing home care
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one in the “Elder Care Journey” we
all must take as we help those who are getting older
and need more than just an estate plan, they need a Life
Care Plan.. The biggest threat to Middle Americans
financial security is the cost of long term, nursing
home, care. So, you need to ask yourself not what
happens to my assets when I die, but rather,....
What Happens to My Assets if I don’t die
but instead become Ill and need Long Term, Nursing Home,
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